People rarely think of wellness when making massive holiday food/dinners. One of the most thoughtful things you can do when prepping large holiday meals is to consider not just the taste, but the wellness and dietary restrictions of your loved ones. Here are a list of braces-friendly foods for the...Read More
October is one of our favorite months in the year, here’s why. Not only is it Dental Hygiene Month, it is also National Orthodontics Month, an opportunity to celebrate the art of orthodontics and what smile makers do to improve lives. What Orthodontists Do:In simple terms, they are tasked with...Read More
In the spirit of Self-Improvement, lets explore how a beautiful smile can boost your professional life. A thriving professional life often requires a certain level of positivism. Apart from your skills, your body language and facial expressions play a huge role in professional dealings. A perfect professional smile comes in...Read More
August 22nd is National Tooth Fairy day, this is also a perfect opportunity take a second to talk about this tradition with your kids and how it designed to promote the foundation for orthodontics, great oral hygiene.As children, we are told that there is a tooth fairy. Once we start...Read More
If you have ever been curious about how orthodontics straighten teeth, you must have some understanding of the value of straightened teeth, and how positively transformative it can be.On the other hand, you might have experienced some movement around your jawline or you simply noticed some structural misalignment in your teeth and are curious as...Read More
In the spirit of world health day, we will be focusing on orthodontics and healthy teeth. Oral health is a facet of the many-component health wheel that spins and spins. Taking care of your oral hygiene can help to mitigate and stifle serious complications ranging from heart disease to strokes to mind-bending pain....Read More
TRAUMA. An unsuspecting villain that possesses the capacity to cause permanent damage to a person. Just like traumatic experiences dent our psyche, so also do dental traumas cause harm to overall oral health. A dental trauma refers to trauma or injury to the teeth or gums, and nearby soft tissues...Read More
Have you've ever broken or lost one of your orthodontic appliances and sighed to your self “Thank God I'm not in a remote state away from my doctor”? This isn't uncommon, but we have the perfect travel advice for such disasters. If you are traveling this holiday season, it is...Read More
Welcome to November, the month of gratitude. While November comes with joyful festivities, like harvest and thanksgiving, orthodontists use this month to also bring awareness to mouth cancer. An integral part of gratitude is being actively responsible, which includes constantly educating oneself on ways in which to keep the mind,...Read More
Quick Facts: When it comes to dental health, an immoderate consumption of sugar can lead to tooth decay. For those in orthodontic treatment, stay away from hard, crunchy, and sticky foods, whether or not they are sugar free; these types of foods can break any orthodontic appliance you may have,...Read More
Wide spaces between the teeth can greatly diminish the look of your smile. It can also affect your bite, pushing your teeth and jaws out of proper alignment. In some cases, Invisalign can present a more convenient option than traditional braces for correcting spaces between the teeth.What is Invisalign?Invisalign is...Read More
Predicting whether your child will need braces can be difficult. All children progress at varying rates and the position of the primary teeth do not necessarily indicate the position of the adult teeth. Still, it is recommended that children be evaluated by an orthodontist by the age of seven. Though it...Read More
Using patented Invisalign technology, your teeth will be gently guided into the proper position according to your individualized treatment plan.[/pullquote]The number of dental conditions that can be corrected with Invisalign grows more impressive every day. Orthodontists are finding new uses for Invisalign technology. At the same time, patients are spreading the...Read More
Orthodontic treatment is usually thought of as cosmetic—a way to turn crooked or incorrectly spaced teeth into a perfect, straight smile. However, orthodontic treatment affects more than just the appearance of the teeth. As our orthodontist can explain in an initial consultation, orthodontic treatment can help reduce wear and tear on...Read More
If your teeth are crooked, or if your bite is not properly aligned, you could experience long term problems with your teeth and jaw. Orthodontics can correct these problems, preventing abnormal wear and tear and other side effects of misalignment. In addition, if you are self conscious about your smile...Read More
When people think about orthodontics, they usually think first of braces. However, there are other orthodontic treatments commonly used to improve the look or the smile or the alignment of the teeth. One of these treatments is a palatal expander. If you are in need of braces in Norwalk CT,...Read More
The temporomandibular joint, also referred to as the TMJ, is the joint where the lower jaw or mandible joins the upper jaw near the temporal bone. This joint can become misaligned, leading to a variety of uncomfortable symptoms that can be difficult to diagnose. In some cases, orthodontic treatment is...Read More
Invisalign in Norwalk CT is a means by which people of all ages can realize the beauty of a new smile thanks to straight and perfectly aligned teeth.Young adults and professionals can realize the aesthetic advantage of being able to have their teeth straightened with the clear aligners available with Invisalign.Traditional...Read More
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All elective procedures have been postponed until deemed safe to open.
We are welcoming New patients. We can either schedule a complimentary consultation in the future or a virtual consultation as soon as you’d like.
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